Each side of the wide main street of Coolgardie is lined with historic masterpieces that were built in more prosperous times during the early years of the gold rush. It is more of a ghost town today. We stopped briefly on our way to Kalgoorlie earlier this year. For more information about Coolgardie’s history click HERE.
There are lots of good days. Sometimes I take them for granted. Sometimes I need wise quotes to keep me on track :-).
Mining Tax A few months ago I received an email requesting my permission to use a photo from my blog. I was surprised and pleased that I was asked and happily gave my permission. The link for Mining Tax will display the photo and how it is being used. It was taken in 1988 when I went to the Pilbara with my three sons and had a tour of Mt Newman Mining. The link also […]
I think creepy is in the eye of the beholder :-). Here are a few I have selected.
There are so many different forms of writing! How can one learn to be a great writer? When I think about it, these examples come to mind: news reporting feature writing creative writing novel writing – different genres short stories – different genres writer of children’s stories blogging – different themes and purposes technical, business and scientific writing personal journal writing copy-writing for websites or advertising/public relations advertorials policy writing for governments and other organisations […]
I could only think of a literal interpretation of under your feet for this week’s photo challenge. These are some of the colours and textures you would find under your feet at my home 🙂
I am inspired when I see flowers that are so tiny, beautiful and perfectly formed.